Sept. jobs numbers forecast: Sluggish - AEI experts available

"I expect the report to show that the labor market remained sluggish in September, with an increase in nonfarm payrolls of only about 100,000 and an uptick in the unemployment rate to 8.2 percent. Nothing in the report should deter the Fed from continuing with its aggressive policy easing." Stephen Oliner, AEI economist and former Federal Reserve senior adviser

Several American Enterprise Institute (AEI) economists are available to comment on Friday’s jobs numbers.

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